Sunday, 25 March 2012

"The British Railway Stories - Episode 18"



These are the stories we tell.

This is not the end.

This is the end, of the beginning.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you sir, you have lighted up my day!!! My ankle is sprained, and now I'm so happy you have got back to basics! Thank you sir, you are a blessing from God. Thank you, thank you.

- Niko Bautista

Anonymous said...

You gave a dignified end sir. Good show. God bless you Mr. Martin, and God bless those great locomotives, their trains, and their stories. I thank you again sir, this was a proper end, solem, yet hopeful. Their fight and hope. "This royal shed of steam. This red brick stall. This earth of majesty. This shed of stars. This other Eden, demi-paridise. This meeting place built by railroads for themselves, against defection to the motor car. This happy breed of train. This little world. This precious home set in the silvery rails. This blessed plot. This earth. This realm. This Copley!" This was railroading, and a mighty good one to. Long live Copley Hill! For Copley Hill, God bless us all!!!

- Niko Bautista

Anonymous said...

Thank you for saying this isn't the last episode because if someone says the last episode is no. 30 I believe them but if this is the very last episode I suggest showing how all of them departed like you said in the interview.